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No Way Back is a book in the My Story series by Scholastic UK. It was written by Valerie Wilding, her fifth in the series. The book was published on January 2, 2012. It sometimes included in My True Story.

DedicationEdit

Book descriptionEdit

"It's 1789. Poor Mary Wade envies the rich people who loss her a half penny just to go away. One day she makes a mistake that lands her in London's filthiest prison. Mary's one chance of escaping the gallows is a long and perilous journey to the other side of the world. What choices does she have when there is no way back?"

PlotEdit

CharactersEdit

Main article: List of No Way Back characters

AuthorEdit

Main article: Valerie Wilding

ReferencesEdit

See alsoEdit


v - e - dMy Story
Original

The Hunger | Voyage on the Great Titanic | The Crystal Palace | Blitz | My Tudor Queen | Twentieth-Century Girl
The Great Plague | The '45 Rising | Civil War | Trafalgar | The Trenches | Battle of Britain | Mill Girl | Transported
Armada | Crimea | Bloody Tower | Indian Mutiny | Zulu War | Mayflower | Agincourt | Suffragette | Waterloo | Slave Girl
Flying Ace | Anne Boleyn and Me | D-Day | Victorian Workhouse | Spy Smuggler | Desert Danger | War Nurse
U-Boat Hunter | The Queen's Spies

Relaunch

Princess of Egypt | Pompeii | Road to War | Roman Invasion | Viking Blood | Highway Girl | Sophie's Secret War
The Storm to Come | The Sweep's Boy | The Fall of the Blade | Pyramid of Secrets | Factory Girl | No Way Back
Wartime Princess | Berlin Olympics | Lady Jane Grey | Nowhere to Run | Codename Céline

My Royal Story

Victoria | Anastasia | Cleopatra | Marie Antoinette | Elizabeth | Mary, Queen of Scots | Henry VIII's Wives

My True Story

What If They Find Us? | Hero at Dunkirk | Standing Alone | Give Us the Vote! | Dodger!

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